Women from the Padaung tribe in typical dress and headgear, necklaces, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
RMEYC7YDWomen from the Padaung tribe in typical dress and headgear, necklaces, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
Long necked Women and Infant  from the Karen Tribe Thailand
RMBA6EC2Long necked Women and Infant from the Karen Tribe Thailand
Myanmar (Burma), Shan state, Demawso, Moe Bu from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named girafe women at the market
RMF21170Myanmar (Burma), Shan state, Demawso, Moe Bu from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named girafe women at the market
A Tourist Poses With A Woman From The Kayan (Long Neck) Minority Group, Pan Pet Village, Loikaw, Kayah State, Myanmar.
RM2B1G4YJA Tourist Poses With A Woman From The Kayan (Long Neck) Minority Group, Pan Pet Village, Loikaw, Kayah State, Myanmar.
Myanmar (Burma), Kayah state, Kayan tribe, Loikaw area, Kon Ta, women from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named giraffe women working in a beans field
RMF20RD8Myanmar (Burma), Kayah state, Kayan tribe, Loikaw area, Kon Ta, women from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named giraffe women working in a beans field
Two Women From The Padaung (Long Neck) Ethnic Group Sitting On The Terrace Of a Stilt House, Ywama Village, Lake Inle, Myanmar
RM2A16HX7Two Women From The Padaung (Long Neck) Ethnic Group Sitting On The Terrace Of a Stilt House, Ywama Village, Lake Inle, Myanmar
Myanmar (Burma), Kayah state, Kayan tribe, Loikaw area, Kon Ta, women from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named giraffe women working in a beans field
RMF20RD9Myanmar (Burma), Kayah state, Kayan tribe, Loikaw area, Kon Ta, women from Kayan tribe (Padaung) named giraffe women working in a beans field
The Karen or Kayin people (Pwa Ka Nyaw Poe or Kanyaw in Sgaw Karen and Ploan in Poe Karen; Kariang or Yang in Thai), are a Sino-Tibetan language speaking ethnic group which resides primarily in southern and southeastern Burma (Myanmar).  The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population of approximately 50 million people. A large number of Karen also reside in Thailand, mostly on the Thai-Burmese border.  The Karen are often confused with the Red Karen (or Karenni). One subgroup of the Karenni, the Padaung tribe from the border region of Burma and Thailand, are best kno
RM2B01DBYThe Karen or Kayin people (Pwa Ka Nyaw Poe or Kanyaw in Sgaw Karen and Ploan in Poe Karen; Kariang or Yang in Thai), are a Sino-Tibetan language speaking ethnic group which resides primarily in southern and southeastern Burma (Myanmar). The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population of approximately 50 million people. A large number of Karen also reside in Thailand, mostly on the Thai-Burmese border. The Karen are often confused with the Red Karen (or Karenni). One subgroup of the Karenni, the Padaung tribe from the border region of Burma and Thailand, are best kno
A woman from Padaung tribe (the group in which women wear the brass neck coils), Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
RFJJ806GA woman from Padaung tribe (the group in which women wear the brass neck coils), Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
A young woman from Padaung tribe (the group in which women wear the brass neck coils), Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
RFJJ806BA young woman from Padaung tribe (the group in which women wear the brass neck coils), Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
Women from the Padaung tribe in typical dress and headgear, necklaces, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
RMEYC7YFWomen from the Padaung tribe in typical dress and headgear, necklaces, Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
Long necked Women and Infant from the Karen Tribe Thailand
RMBA6ECGLong necked Women and Infant from the Karen Tribe Thailand